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dschiller
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? Which data-gathering activity would be useful for a biomechanical analysis - ? Which data-gathering activity would be useful for a biomechanical analysis
? Which data-gathering activity would be useful for a biomechanical analysis - ? Which data-gathering activity would be useful for a biomechanical analysis
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jeffryaltenwert
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______ waves cause the most damage during an earthquake. - a. Primary c. Surface b. Secondary d. Ultra
______ waves cause the most damage during an earthquake. - a. Primary c. Surface b. Secondary d. Ultra
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samanthadeckow
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10]Which of the following correctly states the relationship between hippos and whales? - (1 point) A) Whales evolved from hippos. B) Hippos evolved from whales. *** C) Hippos and whales do not share a
10]Which of the following correctly states the relationship between hippos and whales? - (1 point) A) Whales evolved from hippos. B) Hippos evolved from whales. *** C) Hippos and whales do not share a common ancestor. D) Hippos and whales evolved from a common ancestor.
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carson32
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_______ Is a place Where the crust of the lithoshere has fractured. - _______ Is a place Where the crust of the lithoshere has fractured.
_______ Is a place Where the crust of the lithoshere has fractured. - _______ Is a place Where the crust of the lithoshere has fractured.
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wkrajcik
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_______ are on chromosomes in the nucleus of a cell. - A. Genes B. Mutations C. Traits D. Alleles
_______ are on chromosomes in the nucleus of a cell. - A. Genes B. Mutations C. Traits D. Alleles
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anna44
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8. Which statement best describes the Richter scale? - A. It's named after a scientist who studied tornadoes. B. It's a numerical rating system that measures the largest seismic waves during an
8. Which statement best describes the Richter scale? - A. It's named after a scientist who studied tornadoes. B. It's a numerical rating system that measures the largest seismic waves during an earthquake. C. It's a test given to all geologists. D. It's a numerical system that measures the smallest seismic waves during an earthquake.
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allene79
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_____are formed from heavy elements in the disk of gas and dust that makes up a solar nebula. - _____are formed from heavy elements in the disk of gas and dust that makes up a solar nebula.
_____are formed from heavy elements in the disk of gas and dust that makes up a solar nebula. - _____are formed from heavy elements in the disk of gas and dust that makes up a solar nebula.
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autumnkris
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_____ use biology in their work. - Dentists Dietitians Zoologists All of the above
_____ use biology in their work. - Dentists Dietitians Zoologists All of the above
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pricemelyna
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1858 geologist edward suess points out that fossils of the glossopteris plant are found in southern africa, south america, australia, antarcia and inda - 1858 geologist edward suess points out that
1858 geologist edward suess points out that fossils of the glossopteris plant are found in southern africa, south america, australia, antarcia and inda - 1858 geologist edward suess points out that fossils of the glossopteris plant are found in southern africa, south america, australia, antarcia and inda
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vbaumbach
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2 kl is equal to 200 l 20000 dl 2000 ml 2000 cl - 2 kl is equal to 200 l 20000 dl 2000 ml 2000 cl
2 kl is equal to 200 l 20000 dl 2000 ml 2000 cl - 2 kl is equal to 200 l 20000 dl 2000 ml 2000 cl
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valentine18
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18. Which of the following statements does not accurately describe stem cells? - A. Adult stem cells are multipotent and can differentiate into many types of cells. B. The use of stem cells may allow
18. Which of the following statements does not accurately describe stem cells? - A. Adult stem cells are multipotent and can differentiate into many types of cells. B. The use of stem cells may allow scientists to use undifferentiated cells to repair or replace bad cells. C. The use of stem cells is without any objections since it can be used in therapies to help humans. D. Embryonic stem cells make up the inner cell mass of a blastocyst.
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jermain89
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3' GCTTAGTCCG 5' Which of the following nucleotide base sequences complements the section of DNA modeled above? - A. 3' TAGGCTGAAT 5' B. 3' CGAATCAGGC 5' C. 3' CGTTAACGAG 5' D. 3' GCTTAAGTCA 5'
3' GCTTAGTCCG 5' Which of the following nucleotide base sequences complements the section of DNA modeled above? - A. 3' TAGGCTGAAT 5' B. 3' CGAATCAGGC 5' C. 3' CGTTAACGAG 5' D. 3' GCTTAAGTCA 5'
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koeppkathryne
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7. Andre adds a spoonful of baking soda to a glass of vinegar. - Bubbles begin to appear in the vinegar. The bubbles signal the formation of a(n) __________.
7. Andre adds a spoonful of baking soda to a glass of vinegar. - Bubbles begin to appear in the vinegar. The bubbles signal the formation of a(n) __________.
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xwaelchi
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_______ currents assist in the transfer of thermal energy from warmer climates to cooler climates. - A. Tectonic B. Platonic C. Convection D. Plutonium
_______ currents assist in the transfer of thermal energy from warmer climates to cooler climates. - A. Tectonic B. Platonic C. Convection D. Plutonium
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mayerbroderick
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3. Which one of the following statements best describes the first thing researchers need to do to manipulate DNA? - A. Restriction enzymes would be used to cut the DNA into smaller pieces. B.
3. Which one of the following statements best describes the first thing researchers need to do to manipulate DNA? - A. Restriction enzymes would be used to cut the DNA into smaller pieces. B. Single-stranded DNA fragments would be placed with DNA polymerase in a test tube. C. Researchers would need to separate synthesized strands by size on a gel. D. Gel electrophoresis would be used to separate fragments of DNA.
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forrest65
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2. Which kingdom consists only of complex multicellular, eukaryotic organisms which must consume or ingest other organisms for nutrition? - 2. Which kingdom consists only of complex multicellular,
2. Which kingdom consists only of complex multicellular, eukaryotic organisms which must consume or ingest other organisms for nutrition? - 2. Which kingdom consists only of complex multicellular, eukaryotic organisms which must consume or ingest other organisms for nutrition?
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ofeliadooley
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____________ is the process of taking material into the cell by means of infoldings of the cell membrane. - ____________ is the process of taking material into the cell by means of infoldings of the
____________ is the process of taking material into the cell by means of infoldings of the cell membrane. - ____________ is the process of taking material into the cell by means of infoldings of the cell membrane.
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gabriellaschade
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___________ is a club-shaped reproductive structure found in club fungi. - Basidium Bacillus Cilium Hypha
___________ is a club-shaped reproductive structure found in club fungi. - Basidium Bacillus Cilium Hypha
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batzgregorio
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"Survival of the fittest" is the theme for natural selection. - a. True b. False
"Survival of the fittest" is the theme for natural selection. - a. True b. False
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sharon53
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1. The situation in which allele frequencies in the gene pool of the population remained constant is called - a) evolution b) genetic drift c) genetic equilibrium d) natural selection
1. The situation in which allele frequencies in the gene pool of the population remained constant is called - a) evolution b) genetic drift c) genetic equilibrium d) natural selection
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leola04
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2 ways forelimbs are different than hind limbs - 2 ways forelimbs are different than hind limbs
2 ways forelimbs are different than hind limbs - 2 ways forelimbs are different than hind limbs
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ondrickabrenna
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2. Explain what has to happen to join two monosaccharide units into a disaccharide. - 2. Explain what has to happen to join two monosaccharide units into a disaccharide.
2. Explain what has to happen to join two monosaccharide units into a disaccharide. - 2. Explain what has to happen to join two monosaccharide units into a disaccharide.
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jayme90
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__________ are essential components of any personal training plan. - a. Intensity and protein b. Steroids and rest c. Rest and recovery d. Overload and fasting
__________ are essential components of any personal training plan. - a. Intensity and protein b. Steroids and rest c. Rest and recovery d. Overload and fasting
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julescrona
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5. A student adds a suspension of baker's yeast cells into bread dough. - After this mixture is left in a large bowl undisturbed for several hours, the student returns to find that the bread dough has
5. A student adds a suspension of baker's yeast cells into bread dough. - After this mixture is left in a large bowl undisturbed for several hours, the student returns to find that the bread dough has doubled in size. Which gas molecule is responsible for this increase in dough size?
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arnemraz
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1) The length of one day on Earth is determined by how long it takes - a) the moon to revolve once b) the moon to rotate once c) Earth to rotate once d) Earth to revolve once 2) Approximately how long
1) The length of one day on Earth is determined by how long it takes - a) the moon to revolve once b) the moon to rotate once c) Earth to rotate once d) Earth to revolve once 2) Approximately how long does it take for the Earth to make one orbit around the sun a) one day b) one month c) one year d) none of above
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areinger
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14. A pyramid of numbers differs from an ecological pyramid because it A. is organized by trophic levels, while an ecological pyramid isn't. - B. attempts to describe a food chain or food web. C.
14. A pyramid of numbers differs from an ecological pyramid because it A. is organized by trophic levels, while an ecological pyramid isn't. - B. attempts to describe a food chain or food web. C. shows the amount of energy within each trophic level. D. displays the number of organisms at each trophic level. I put B and got it wrong.
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jpaucek
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. If a child has two genes for blonde hair (one from each parent), his genotype is said to be A. dominant. - B. homozygous. C. recessive. D. heterozygous
. If a child has two genes for blonde hair (one from each parent), his genotype is said to be A. dominant. - B. homozygous. C. recessive. D. heterozygous
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shyanneswift
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___________ is a structure that contains spores and is located on the underside of fern leaves. - Basidium Bacillus Cilium Sorus
___________ is a structure that contains spores and is located on the underside of fern leaves. - Basidium Bacillus Cilium Sorus
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altenwerthalver
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4. Protein synthesis occurs at the ____ of the cell and makes _____ using the genetic instructions found on the DNA and carried by the mRNA. - 4. Protein synthesis occurs at the ____ of the cell and
4. Protein synthesis occurs at the ____ of the cell and makes _____ using the genetic instructions found on the DNA and carried by the mRNA. - 4. Protein synthesis occurs at the ____ of the cell and makes _____ using the genetic instructions found on the DNA and carried by the mRNA.
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mertiebrakus
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_____ helps prevent mutations from occurring over and over again. - Binary fission Multiple fission Mitosis Meiosis
_____ helps prevent mutations from occurring over and over again. - Binary fission Multiple fission Mitosis Meiosis
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dnicolas
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_____ are larger cells with membrane-bounded organelles. - Prokaryotes Eukaryotes
_____ are larger cells with membrane-bounded organelles. - Prokaryotes Eukaryotes
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whitefrances
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2. Explain how a problem with insulin receptors would affect the ability to achieve homeostasis - 2. Explain how a problem with insulin receptors would affect the ability to achieve homeostasis
2. Explain how a problem with insulin receptors would affect the ability to achieve homeostasis - 2. Explain how a problem with insulin receptors would affect the ability to achieve homeostasis
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harryrogahn
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4. Which of the following could result from an algal bloom in a river? - a. The algae purify the water. b. The local plants produce flowers early. c. Fish and other aquatic life die off. d. Plant and
4. Which of the following could result from an algal bloom in a river? - a. The algae purify the water. b. The local plants produce flowers early. c. Fish and other aquatic life die off. d. Plant and animal populations increase. Please help me out
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merl14
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5 sentence paragraph describing the human organ system. - Include a main idea, supporting details, and a concluding statement.
5 sentence paragraph describing the human organ system. - Include a main idea, supporting details, and a concluding statement.
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helga37
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10. Stan works on an assembly line. - What effective and appropriate approach would he be wise to use when coping with minor frustrations like hang-ups on a conveyor belt or loudmouthed coworkers? A.
10. Stan works on an assembly line. - What effective and appropriate approach would he be wise to use when coping with minor frustrations like hang-ups on a conveyor belt or loudmouthed coworkers? A. Blowing off steam by kicking a trashcan B. Positive self-talk C. Physical exercise D. Singing an upbeat song
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mazie73
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8. Unlike weather, climate A. describes the average conditions and atmospheric patterns of a region over time. - B. describes the day-to-day condition of the atmosphere of Earth. C. involves
8. Unlike weather, climate A. describes the average conditions and atmospheric patterns of a region over time. - B. describes the day-to-day condition of the atmosphere of Earth. C. involves variations in precipitation. D. involves variations in temperature.
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bernardoheidenr
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________ is the biogeochemical cycle in which carbon cycles through earth's ecosystems. - a. Oxygen Cycle b. Water cycle c. Carbon Cycle d. Nitrogen Cycle
________ is the biogeochemical cycle in which carbon cycles through earth's ecosystems. - a. Oxygen Cycle b. Water cycle c. Carbon Cycle d. Nitrogen Cycle
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mcglynnalverta
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_____ have played a major role in altering Earth's atmospheric composition over time. - A. Tsunamis B. Volcanoes C. Hurricanes D. Earthquakes
_____ have played a major role in altering Earth's atmospheric composition over time. - A. Tsunamis B. Volcanoes C. Hurricanes D. Earthquakes
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jeramyratke
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1)a dog pants because - a) evaporation causes cooling b)evaporation gets rid of excess water in the body c)it is tired d)painted help to raise body temperature 2) which is necessary for a feedback
1)a dog pants because - a) evaporation causes cooling b)evaporation gets rid of excess water in the body c)it is tired d)painted help to raise body temperature 2) which is necessary for a feedback mechanism a)control unit b)effector c)sensor d)all of these 3)in moist soil,terry the ameba absorbs as much water from its surrounding as diffuses out of its cell this is an example of a)homestasis b)dynamic equilibrium c) thermoregulation d)feedback
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skling
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1.) Species Y and Z have very different genes. - Species A and B have only a few different genes. What is most likely true about these species? A. ) Species Y and Z are more closely related to each
1.) Species Y and Z have very different genes. - Species A and B have only a few different genes. What is most likely true about these species? A. ) Species Y and Z are more closely related to each other than species A and B are to each other. B. ) Species A and B are more closely related to each other than species Y and Z are to each other. C. ) Species Y is the ancestor of species A and species Z is the ancestor of species B. D. ) All four of these species are probably equally related to each
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denesikdorris
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_______ muscles have the ability to contract all at one time. - a. cardiac (b. skeletal) c. smooth d. none of the above
_______ muscles have the ability to contract all at one time. - a. cardiac (b. skeletal) c. smooth d. none of the above
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tmayer
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43)Body cells may produce additional body cells by means of _________. - Organisms that reproduce sexually produce gametes by means of the process of _________. a. mitosis meiosis b. meiosis mitosis
43)Body cells may produce additional body cells by means of _________. - Organisms that reproduce sexually produce gametes by means of the process of _________. a. mitosis meiosis b. meiosis mitosis c. mitosis conjugation d. meiosis gametogenesis
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faheylaverne
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13. Which one of the following diseases is caused by a virus? - A. Tuberculosis B. Tetanus C. Hepatitis B D. Strep throat
13. Which one of the following diseases is caused by a virus? - A. Tuberculosis B. Tetanus C. Hepatitis B D. Strep throat
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loganspencer
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_____ cells are unspecialized, so they can differentiate into any type of tissue of a plant. - Phloem Meristem Parenchyma Xylem
_____ cells are unspecialized, so they can differentiate into any type of tissue of a plant. - Phloem Meristem Parenchyma Xylem
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freddy87
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_____ can be single- or multi-celled and have organization within their structure. - Prokaryotes Eukaryotes
_____ can be single- or multi-celled and have organization within their structure. - Prokaryotes Eukaryotes
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jerad78
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________ are freshwater ecosystems with high biodiversity that are also declining in numbers. - ________ are freshwater ecosystems with high biodiversity that are also declining in numbers.
________ are freshwater ecosystems with high biodiversity that are also declining in numbers. - ________ are freshwater ecosystems with high biodiversity that are also declining in numbers.
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kiarra23
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_____ tissue can be liquid, solid, or semi-solid. - Connective Epithelial Nervous Muscular
_____ tissue can be liquid, solid, or semi-solid. - Connective Epithelial Nervous Muscular
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nasir57
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. Limb bones within unrelated animals that have the same basic structures are considered - a. vestigial structures. b. homologous structures. c. embryological. d. analogous structures.
. Limb bones within unrelated animals that have the same basic structures are considered - a. vestigial structures. b. homologous structures. c. embryological. d. analogous structures.
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percivalgleichn
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9. Which of the following accurately describes the process of translation? - A. Each codon calls for a specific nucleotide. B. The process continues until a ribosome reaches AUG. C. Each tRNA molecule
9. Which of the following accurately describes the process of translation? - A. Each codon calls for a specific nucleotide. B. The process continues until a ribosome reaches AUG. C. Each tRNA molecule has a codon that matches an mRNA anticodon. D. The process continues until a ribosome reaches UAA, UAG, or UGA.
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heath00
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____ energy gets converted to ____ energy through photosynthesis. - A.Radiant chemical B.Chemical radiant C.Radiant mechanical D.Chemical mechanical
____ energy gets converted to ____ energy through photosynthesis. - A.Radiant chemical B.Chemical radiant C.Radiant mechanical D.Chemical mechanical
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swaniawskianton
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17 Which substance can not be broken down by a chemical change? - (1) ammonia (3) propanal (2) ethanol (4) zirconium
17 Which substance can not be broken down by a chemical change? - (1) ammonia (3) propanal (2) ethanol (4) zirconium
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hesselhilario
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.3 repeating=1/3 ? - is .3 repeating equal to 1/3
.3 repeating=1/3 ? - is .3 repeating equal to 1/3
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fritschsylveste
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11 The greatest amount of energy released per gram of reactants occurs during a(1) redox reaction (2) fission reaction (3) substitution reaction (4) neutralization reaction - 11 The greatest amount of
11 The greatest amount of energy released per gram of reactants occurs during a(1) redox reaction (2) fission reaction (3) substitution reaction (4) neutralization reaction - 11 The greatest amount of energy released per gram of reactants occurs during a(1) redox reaction (2) fission reaction (3) substitution reaction (4) neutralization reaction
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chaya09
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37 A sample of chlorine gas is at 300. - K and 1.00 atmosphere. At which temperature and pressure would the sample be have more like an ideal gas? (1) 0 K and 1.00 atm(2) 150. K and 0.50 atm (3) 273 K
37 A sample of chlorine gas is at 300. - K and 1.00 atmosphere. At which temperature and pressure would the sample be have more like an ideal gas? (1) 0 K and 1.00 atm(2) 150. K and 0.50 atm (3) 273 K and .1.00 atm(4) 600. K and 0 .50 atm
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eusebioupton
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2. When the same masses are heated by the same temperature change, which of the following substances would heat up the fastest? - Use the table to identify the substance. a. iron b. aluminum c. gold
2. When the same masses are heated by the same temperature change, which of the following substances would heat up the fastest? - Use the table to identify the substance. a. iron b. aluminum c. gold d. copper
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friesenwaldo
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(A) free energy - (B) lattice energy (C) kinetic energy (D) activation energy (E) ionization energy the minimum energy required for a nonspontaneous reaction
(A) free energy - (B) lattice energy (C) kinetic energy (D) activation energy (E) ionization energy the minimum energy required for a nonspontaneous reaction
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merlinmohr
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. A diorama is a type of model. - Marcy built a diorama of a forest. She put small models of trees, birds, and deer in the diorama. She also put rocks and moss on the bottom of her diorama. What does
. A diorama is a type of model. - Marcy built a diorama of a forest. She put small models of trees, birds, and deer in the diorama. She also put rocks and moss on the bottom of her diorama. What does her diorama represent? a museum display an ecosystem an animal distances across Earth's surface
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estelle73
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48 When an atom of the unstable isotope Na-24 decays, it becomes an atom of Mg-24 because the Na-24 atom spontaneously releases(1) an alpha particle (3) a neutron(2) a beta particle (4) a positron -
48 When an atom of the unstable isotope Na-24 decays, it becomes an atom of Mg-24 because the Na-24 atom spontaneously releases(1) an alpha particle (3) a neutron(2) a beta particle (4) a positron - 48 When an atom of the unstable isotope Na-24 decays, it becomes an atom of Mg-24 because the Na-24 atom spontaneously releases(1) an alpha particle (3) a neutron(2) a beta particle (4) a positron
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madelyn34
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29 Which compounds are classified as Arrhenius acids? - (1) HCl and NaOH (2) HNO3 and NaCl (3) NH3 and H2CO3 (4) HBr and H2SO4
29 Which compounds are classified as Arrhenius acids? - (1) HCl and NaOH (2) HNO3 and NaCl (3) NH3 and H2CO3 (4) HBr and H2SO4
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eleonoreheaney
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12. Which element is used in bright, flashing advertising signs? - 12. Which element is used in bright, flashing advertising signs?
12. Which element is used in bright, flashing advertising signs? - 12. Which element is used in bright, flashing advertising signs?
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tbecker
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28 Which compound yields H + ions as the only positive ions in an aqueous solution? - (1) KOH (3) CH3OH(2) NaOH (4) CH3COOH
28 Which compound yields H + ions as the only positive ions in an aqueous solution? - (1) KOH (3) CH3OH(2) NaOH (4) CH3COOH
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eglover
Updated 1 month ago
42 At standard pressure, the total amount of heat required to completely vaporize a 100. - gram sample of water at its boiling point is(1) 2.26 X 10 J (3) 2.26 X 103 J (2) 2.26 X 102 J (4) 2.26 X 105
42 At standard pressure, the total amount of heat required to completely vaporize a 100. - gram sample of water at its boiling point is(1) 2.26 X 10 J (3) 2.26 X 103 J (2) 2.26 X 102 J (4) 2.26 X 105 J
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della64
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29 Which term identifies a type of nuclear reaction? - (1) fermentation (3) reduction (2) deposition (4) fission
29 Which term identifies a type of nuclear reaction? - (1) fermentation (3) reduction (2) deposition (4) fission
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blocksonia
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______ keeps the Earth from becoming too hot during the day and too cold at night. - A. Insulation B. The greenhouse effect C. Solar radiation D. Air conditioning
______ keeps the Earth from becoming too hot during the day and too cold at night. - A. Insulation B. The greenhouse effect C. Solar radiation D. Air conditioning
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quitzonmargaret
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____________ occurs when heat is transferred to an object through direct contact with particles an example would be the heat from a stove transferring to your hand through the handle on a pot or pan.
____________ occurs when heat is transferred to an object through direct contact with particles an example would be the heat from a stove transferring to your hand through the handle on a pot or pan. - a. conduction c. convection b. radiation d. heat
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avis38
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41 Which two compounds are electrolytes? - (1) KOH and CH3COOH (2) KOH and C5H12 (3) CH3OH and CH3COOH (4) CH3OH and C5H12
41 Which two compounds are electrolytes? - (1) KOH and CH3COOH (2) KOH and C5H12 (3) CH3OH and CH3COOH (4) CH3OH and C5H12
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qhegmann
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38 The boiling points, at standard pressure, of four compounds are given in the table below. - CompoundBoiling Point (oC)H2O100.0H2S-59.6H2Se-41.3H2Te-2.0 What type of attraction can be used to
38 The boiling points, at standard pressure, of four compounds are given in the table below. - CompoundBoiling Point (oC)H2O100.0H2S-59.6H2Se-41.3H2Te-2.0 What type of attraction can be used to explain the unusually high boiling point of H2O? (1) ionic bonding (2) hydrogen bonding (3) polar covalent bonding (4) nonpolar covalent bonding
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valentinespinka
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8 Which elements have the most similar chemical properties? - (1) Si, As, and Te (3) Mg, Sr, and Ba (2) N2, O2, and F2 (4) Ca, Cs,and Cu
8 Which elements have the most similar chemical properties? - (1) Si, As, and Te (3) Mg, Sr, and Ba (2) N2, O2, and F2 (4) Ca, Cs,and Cu
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auerdeonte
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32 Equal amounts or ethanol and water are mixed at room temperature and at 101.3 kPa. - Which process is used to separate ethanol from the mixture? (1) distillation(2) reduction(3) filtration(4)
32 Equal amounts or ethanol and water are mixed at room temperature and at 101.3 kPa. - Which process is used to separate ethanol from the mixture? (1) distillation(2) reduction(3) filtration(4) ionization
Chemistry
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wrodriguez
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1. Orthographic Drawings are used to express ideas that are more complicated. - Explain the purpose of the different views and the importance of view alignment. 2. How can you check an orthographic
1. Orthographic Drawings are used to express ideas that are more complicated. - Explain the purpose of the different views and the importance of view alignment. 2. How can you check an orthographic drawing to be sure there are no missing lines? 3. How is an orthographic drawing similar or different to an isometric drawing. (If you answer all three branliest answer and thanks!)
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nwolf
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4. If she lifts the bar 10 times in 20 seconds, how much power did she use? - 4. If she lifts the bar 10 times in 20 seconds, how much power did she use?
4. If she lifts the bar 10 times in 20 seconds, how much power did she use? - 4. If she lifts the bar 10 times in 20 seconds, how much power did she use?
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gleasonterence
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4. Software, biotechnology, and information technology hardware industries are examples of the type of knowledge industry A.manages and conveys information. - B. has information as its goal. C.
4. Software, biotechnology, and information technology hardware industries are examples of the type of knowledge industry A.manages and conveys information. - B. has information as its goal. C. creates and conveys information. D. has knowledge as its product.
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devantekutch
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_____ are important to possess because they can be used in many different jobs and situations. - a. Career ladders b. Transferable skills c. Lifestyle goals d. Risk factors
_____ are important to possess because they can be used in many different jobs and situations. - a. Career ladders b. Transferable skills c. Lifestyle goals d. Risk factors
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bdoyle
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6. Which of the following menu commands would you select to make a copy of an open file and rename it? - A. SaveAs B. Copy C. Replace D. Versions
6. Which of the following menu commands would you select to make a copy of an open file and rename it? - A. SaveAs B. Copy C. Replace D. Versions
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rutherfordgarre
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9. What is the simplest way to permanently get rid of an unwanted file? - 9. What is the simplest way to permanently get rid of an unwanted file?
9. What is the simplest way to permanently get rid of an unwanted file? - 9. What is the simplest way to permanently get rid of an unwanted file?
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electa15
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_______ has the largest supply of oil reserves in North Africa. - a. Morocco c. Libya b. Algeria d. Egypt
_______ has the largest supply of oil reserves in North Africa. - a. Morocco c. Libya b. Algeria d. Egypt
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zmorissette
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8. Intrusive igneous rock bodies are called A. tephra. - B. tectonics. C. cinder cones. D. plutons.
8. Intrusive igneous rock bodies are called A. tephra. - B. tectonics. C. cinder cones. D. plutons.
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wilsonbashirian
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_______ refers to a series of vertical zones with distinctive climate and vegetation regimes. - A. Sedimentation B. Urban expanses C. Altitudinal zonation D. Temperature inversions
_______ refers to a series of vertical zones with distinctive climate and vegetation regimes. - A. Sedimentation B. Urban expanses C. Altitudinal zonation D. Temperature inversions
Geography
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toneyrussel
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1. Which of the following statements about Vietnam is true? - A. Hanoi is the main center of Vietnam's marketplace economy. B. Vietnamese farmers have long specialized in the production of Arabica
1. Which of the following statements about Vietnam is true? - A. Hanoi is the main center of Vietnam's marketplace economy. B. Vietnamese farmers have long specialized in the production of Arabica coffee. C. Vietnam's current level of rice exports challenges that of India. D. Vietnam is no longer a communist country.
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baileyfavian
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8. What was one troublesome result of Reagan's tax cuts? - A. The national debt grew rapidly. B. Citizens kept and spent more of their own money. C. The economy began to recover. D. Inflation got out
8. What was one troublesome result of Reagan's tax cuts? - A. The national debt grew rapidly. B. Citizens kept and spent more of their own money. C. The economy began to recover. D. Inflation got out of control in the mid-1980s.
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sswaniawski
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1. which of the following is not a primary reason for human migration? - a.better job opportunities b.political unrest c.disastrous floods d.improving knowledge of other cultures 2.which of the
1. which of the following is not a primary reason for human migration? - a.better job opportunities b.political unrest c.disastrous floods d.improving knowledge of other cultures 2.which of the following is not a characteristic of a country? a.self-governed b.defined borders c.labeled as a non-sovereign state d.contains its own population of people
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rohantiana
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. Alcohol is a key factor in more than half of all manslaughters, assaults, and murders. - A. True B. False
. Alcohol is a key factor in more than half of all manslaughters, assaults, and murders. - A. True B. False
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odessa92
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1. If an outdoor runner develops a headache, feels tired, and has an elevated heart rate, what is the most probable cause? - A. Dehydration B. Insufficient calories C. Overhydration D. Lack of protein
1. If an outdoor runner develops a headache, feels tired, and has an elevated heart rate, what is the most probable cause? - A. Dehydration B. Insufficient calories C. Overhydration D. Lack of protein
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claredonnelly
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___________ means pain or tenderness in the muscle. - ___________ means pain or tenderness in the muscle.
___________ means pain or tenderness in the muscle. - ___________ means pain or tenderness in the muscle.
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schupperoy
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9. When you notice the soft sound of rain on the roof, it has crossed a perceptual line called your _______ threshold for detecting an auditory signal. - 9. When you notice the soft sound of rain on
9. When you notice the soft sound of rain on the roof, it has crossed a perceptual line called your _______ threshold for detecting an auditory signal. - 9. When you notice the soft sound of rain on the roof, it has crossed a perceptual line called your _______ threshold for detecting an auditory signal.
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sunny74
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_____ tissue can be liquid, solid, or semi-solid. - Connective Epithelial Nervous Muscular
_____ tissue can be liquid, solid, or semi-solid. - Connective Epithelial Nervous Muscular
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warrenhane
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____________ is a way to turn a company into a parent company with smaller retail outlets owned by independent operators. - a. Manufacturing b. Incorporating c. Taxing d. Franchising
____________ is a way to turn a company into a parent company with smaller retail outlets owned by independent operators. - a. Manufacturing b. Incorporating c. Taxing d. Franchising
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pvon
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____________ slows reaction time and a driver's response to emergency situations. - Chocolate Marijuana Nicotine Coffee
____________ slows reaction time and a driver's response to emergency situations. - Chocolate Marijuana Nicotine Coffee
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conroyjaron
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_____ can keep you alert and sharpen your concentration - _____ can keep you alert and sharpen your concentration
_____ can keep you alert and sharpen your concentration - _____ can keep you alert and sharpen your concentration
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laila10
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15. If a client's knees hurt after a one-week walking regimen, which one of the following suggestions is most appropriate? - A. Switch to anaerobic exercise. B. Wear different shoes. C. Jog in a
15. If a client's knees hurt after a one-week walking regimen, which one of the following suggestions is most appropriate? - A. Switch to anaerobic exercise. B. Wear different shoes. C. Jog in a swimming pool. D. Take a week's rest from exercise.
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qgrant
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1. Explain the impact that a host or hostess has on a customer's impression of a restaurant. - 1. Explain the impact that a host or hostess has on a customer's impression of a restaurant.
1. Explain the impact that a host or hostess has on a customer's impression of a restaurant. - 1. Explain the impact that a host or hostess has on a customer's impression of a restaurant.
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marksbernard
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18. Which one of the following foods is an example of a healthy dessert treat? - A. Ice cream and sliced bananas B. Sorbet with fresh berries C. Frozen pudding with sliced almonds D. Lemon cream pie
18. Which one of the following foods is an example of a healthy dessert treat? - A. Ice cream and sliced bananas B. Sorbet with fresh berries C. Frozen pudding with sliced almonds D. Lemon cream pie and dairy-based whipped topping
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hicklemollie
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1. Which is the largest and the main artery of the circulatory system? - 1. Which is the largest and the main artery of the circulatory system?
1. Which is the largest and the main artery of the circulatory system? - 1. Which is the largest and the main artery of the circulatory system?
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christian30
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9. Which one of the following choices is a good substitute for cookies as a fast snack? - A. Low-fat potato chips B. Ice cream with nuts C. Graham crackers with peanut butter D. Baked potato with
9. Which one of the following choices is a good substitute for cookies as a fast snack? - A. Low-fat potato chips B. Ice cream with nuts C. Graham crackers with peanut butter D. Baked potato with salsa
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petracorwin
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________ dependence is the most common form of chemical dependence in the United States. - A. Alcohol B. Tobacco C. Nicotine D. Marijuana Of the more than 7,000 chemicals in tobacco smoke, at least
________ dependence is the most common form of chemical dependence in the United States. - A. Alcohol B. Tobacco C. Nicotine D. Marijuana Of the more than 7,000 chemicals in tobacco smoke, at least ________ are known to be harmful. A. 150 B. 350 C. 250 D. 50
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willtheresa
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_______ can attack the respiratory system in humans. - A. Hallucinations B. Mold C. Systemic sporosis D. Yeast
_______ can attack the respiratory system in humans. - A. Hallucinations B. Mold C. Systemic sporosis D. Yeast
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irunolfsdottir
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(01.01 LC)Improved stress management can be achieved by which of the following? - Avoiding exercise and flexibility Decreasing the amount of sleep each night Increasing time spent studying and working
(01.01 LC)Improved stress management can be achieved by which of the following? - Avoiding exercise and flexibility Decreasing the amount of sleep each night Increasing time spent studying and working Planning regular physical activity
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pfefferjeramie
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2. Electrical appliances convert the electrical energy from the power company into different forms. - When turned on and plugged in to complete the electric circuit, which of the following appliances
2. Electrical appliances convert the electrical energy from the power company into different forms. - When turned on and plugged in to complete the electric circuit, which of the following appliances would change electrical energy into mechanical energy? a blender an oven a light bulb a stereo speaker
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billybatz
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3. Name the four influences on health status, state the relative proportion of each influence, and describe the control an individual has over each influence. - 7. Give four examples of common indoor
3. Name the four influences on health status, state the relative proportion of each influence, and describe the control an individual has over each influence. - 7. Give four examples of common indoor pollutants, four examples of common outdoor pollutants, and two examples of sources of hazardous waste.
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isadorekilback
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2. What does this drug do to the brain, and what are its short-term and long-term effects on the brain, the rest of the body, or the mind? - Write at least 3 sentences on this topic that seventh
2. What does this drug do to the brain, and what are its short-term and long-term effects on the brain, the rest of the body, or the mind? - Write at least 3 sentences on this topic that seventh graders could understand.
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